Nora: The Girl Who Ate and Ate

Yummy food, yucky laughs and pictures by the Aliens Love Underpants artist. Lip-licking good. Nora Fatima Buffet is a total greedy-guts. One night she decides to make her own sandwich, using whatever she can find. Clothes, toys, forbidden treats: she’s piling her plate high. But is she biting off more than she can chew? Perhaps you don’t want to try Nora’s bizarre sandwich. We don’t blame you – but this is one book you’ll love tucking into!

“A fabulously funny book… made even funnier by the fabulous illustrations that accompany the story.” The Bookbag

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    This book is very funny and silly

    5 March 2014

  • very funny and utterly ridiculous!

    5 March 2013

  • This book is funny, silly and absolutely hilarious!

    5 March 2012

  • I really enjoyed Nora the girl who ate and ate and ate. It`s about a girl called Nora who couldn’t stop eating! When she got sent to her room without tea, she ate all of her toys in her room.

    My favourite scene was when Nora burped because loads of food came out, they looked wierd and disgusting as she had eaten them ages ago!

    I also enjoyed the part when she was on the moon with no food, or was she? Everyone knows the moon is made of cheese! Don`t they? It was really good but it was not the best book, 8/10, Although I thought the pictures were really funny!

    Charlie, age 6

    23 February 2012

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Authors

  • Ben Cort

    Ben Cort is the extremely popular illustrator of several children’s books, which have been published in 18 languages in 20 countries worldwide. His picture books include Under the Bed, 3-2-1 Bedtime, Pigs Can’t Fly, My Jolly Pirate Pack, the Squeaker Books and the Fun Phones series. Ben lives in Bedfordshire with his wife and two children.

    Awards

    Claire Freedman and Ben Cort won the Richard & Judy prize for the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants in 2007.

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